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CONSERVATIVE HERITAGE FOUNDATION ENDORSES H-1B PROGRAM

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Interesting commentary from a source that has recently taken other anti-immigrant positions.

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  1. Joe's Avatar
    No doubt handcuffing the employers for not allowing them to hire H1B would certainly delay the economic recession.

    I would like to highlight the following points,

    1. Most of the H1B candidates are hired from India or china. These guys are waiting for their GC from more than 10 years. (EB2-I has the PD of 2000). why would those candidates who have 10 years working with advanced technology would still like to stay in US. Alberta, Canada is now welcoming them to immigrate to canada.
    2. Some of the highly skilled immigrants (H1B) would like to start a business and hire more employees they are not doing so because of their GC.
    3. Most of the highly skilled immigrants are making 2 or 3 times more salary than the average locals. They have enough money to buy house and help with the US economy. they are hestinant to do so because of their GC.
    4. When a H1B is hired USCIS does not check the country of birth later these guys have to wait for more than 10 years just because they were born in India or china. does that look good?
    5. USCIS does not allow those who are struck in immigration status to get a promotion, take on with a full time college, visit their home country without having struck with the visa stamping etc...
    I think USCIS should look over the above issues before allowing employers to hire H1B.
  2. George Chell's Avatar
    Generally Heritage is pro-H1B. They are very anti-tax. They get worried that people like me will ask Americans to pay up to educate its citizens through higher taxes if they insist like FAIR and CIS do that we should educate Americans!
  3. Always Legal's Avatar
    Here's some interesting perspective on the guest worker programs. I don't necessarily agree with all of it but one should always know all sides of an issue.

    http://www.vdare.com/walker/090514_neo_slavery.htm
  4. Greg Siskind's Avatar
    Steve/Vivek - I am now adding you to the list of posters banned. I clearly posted the rules for posting and you are ignoring them. Post on your own blog if you want to set your own rules.
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